The transition from macro stick-slip to continuous sliding has been observed as a function of the system parameters (boundary conditions, bi-material effect, etc.) both numerically and experimentally. The frequency and time analysis of experimental frictional phenomena exhibit good agreement with numerical results obtained through transient contact simulations as a function of the same key parameters. The numerical analysis with the support of experimental validation allow for the understanding of the physical phenomena at the origin of different frictional scenarios.

Experimental and numerical characterization of system response under dry frictional contact / TONAZZI, DAVIDE; MASSI, Francesco; L., Baillet; CULLA, Antonio; FREGOLENT, Annalisa; E., Regis; M., Lambert. - ELETTRONICO. - (2014), pp. 1931-1946. ((Intervento presentato al convegno ISMA 2014 - International Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering tenutosi a Leuven, Belgium nel 15 September 2014 through 17 September 2014.

Experimental and numerical characterization of system response under dry frictional contact

TONAZZI, DAVIDE;MASSI, Francesco;CULLA, Antonio;FREGOLENT, Annalisa;
2014

Abstract

The transition from macro stick-slip to continuous sliding has been observed as a function of the system parameters (boundary conditions, bi-material effect, etc.) both numerically and experimentally. The frequency and time analysis of experimental frictional phenomena exhibit good agreement with numerical results obtained through transient contact simulations as a function of the same key parameters. The numerical analysis with the support of experimental validation allow for the understanding of the physical phenomena at the origin of different frictional scenarios.
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